Photochromic or light-reactive ink is a screen process that is applied to select areas of a design. The ink has a creamy-white appearance which changes to reveal a colour when exposed to UV light. The most popular colour is purple but other colours are available. This screen process is a fantastic interactive finish that has been used on magazine covers, promotional material and other printed matter.
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